Connections of Veracious are excited to the coming bidding of filly bound for Group One honors on the Tattersalls Falmouth Stakes at Newmarket come Friday.
The four-year-old horse was trained by Sir Michael Stroute and she demonstrated her well-being sprinting ahead of her one-mile feature through a pleasing workout thanks to the turn of events during the weekend.
As a Group Three champion after snatching the highest level in the Nassau Stakes the previous summer, the bet upset its spectators after landing fourth place in the Group Two Duchess of Cambridge Stakes at Royal Ascot, and many would like to believe that she is finally back at the top of her game.
On an interview, Chirs Richardson, the managing director and owners of Cheveley Park Stud said that Veracious is in good form and Sir Michael Stoute has never been so delighted.
“Hopefully this is the time of year where she starts to blossom.”
Anyway, the filly has exerted a lot at Ascot. It does not settle nor quit, and they are hopeful that it is going to live with all the buzz about her.
To conclude, the trainer mentioned in the interview that the filly worked well on Saturday and they are hoping that they see a more settled and progressive performance.